Becoming colder

29th March 2022

A return to colder conditions overnight will re-freeze the existing snowpack giving some serious consequences in the event of an uncontrolled slip or fall, axe and crampons required.  Light falls of new snow and variable North-Easterly winds will form isolated areas of windslab which will be poorly bonded to the underlying old re-frozen snow. These areas are not expected to be deep or extensive.


Great Springtime skiing today at Glencoe Mountain Resort. The classic Spring Run is left of centre.

The Three Sisters of Glencoe.

Looking through the Lairig Eilde, South-East ridge of Stob Coire Sgreamhach to the rear, Beinn Fhada on the right.

Stob a Glaise Choire with Creise to the rear.

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